Monthly Archives for January 2012

Have a drink inside a Baobab

Neil in front of a baobab tree in the northern Kruger National Park

The Sunland Baobab, near the sub-tropical town of Tzaneen, is the country’s biggest baobab. The Sunland Baobab has a circumference of some 47metres and stretches to a height of 22 metres. It’s so big there’s room enough for a small pub inside. The Sunland Baobab, like all baobabs, is a source of great myth and ... Read more...

Skukuza before and after

Skukuza after the rain

We found these two pictures of Skukuza, the main camp in the Kruger National Park,  on the Looklocal webpage and found them worth sharing. Even though the heavy rain stopped, many roads, camps and gates are still closed. To get an update about the situation in the Park, click here. Read more...

Heavy rainfall resulted in flooding in Kruger

Flooding in Kruger

A tropical storm has hit Mozambique and has resulted in flooding in Kruger and heavy rainfall in Hazyview! These pictures give an idea how affected the Kruger National Park is. Click here for more information and updates about closed roads and camps. More information to follow. Read more...

Rhino Poaching

Stop Rhino Poaching

Rhino poaching in South Africa is a very serious issue and unfortunately the killing increases! According to the statistics 448 rhinos have been killed in 2011 (252 of them in the Kruger National Park) – far more than in 2010. And we already lost 18 rhinos in the second week of January 2012! This week ... Read more...

Ten Hazyview Travel Must Do’s for 2012

Hot Air Ballooning over the Sabie Valley

Happy New Year! We hope you all had a wonderful relaxing festive season. If you start planning your next holiday in Hazyview – these are the 10 must-do’s: 1. Spend at least one day in the Kruger National Park 2. Have a look through God`s Window 3. Visit the beautiful waterfalls along the Panorama Route ... Read more...

 

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